Denver's Maven Hotel Offering New Go With the Flow Package Featuring Corepower Yoga Classes

USA, Denver, Colorado. December 03, 2020

If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that we all need to let go of the stress and embrace wellness, which is why Denver's award-winning Maven hotel has created the new Go With the Flow Offer.

The Maven's Go With the Flow encourages travelers to stay in, workout and relax with exclusive access to five virtual CorePower classes ranging from 30 minutes - 60 minutes, from a Quick Booty Burn to a Full Body Workout. After your workout, rehydrate and unwind with two Colorado-made CBD-infused sparkling waters and a relaxing overnight stay.

Priced starting at $174 per night, the Maven Go With the Flow offer includes:

· Overnight accommodations at the award-winning Maven hotel

· Exclusive access to five in-room fitness classes led by CorePower Yoga

· Two Colorado CBD-infused Sparkling Waters

· A custom Maven Water Bottle to keep

To book your Maven Go With the Flow getaway, please visit www.themavenhotel.com/special-offers/go-with-the-flow.


The Maven’s new Go with the Flow offer features exclusive access to virtual CorePower Yoga classes.
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